Village of Estero, Florida

Estero is a village in Lee County, Florida. The borders of Estero include Estero Bay to the west, the city of Bonita Springs to the south, San Carlos Park and Three Oaks to the north, and Collier County to the east. Estero can best be described as a delightful and charming residential community. It is known for being the location of a utopian community called the Koreshan Unity, which is now preserved as the Koreshan State Historic Site. Estero is also home to world-class shopping outlets, such as Coconut Point, Miromar Design Center and Miroma, some of the best fine and casual dining in the area as well as the prestigious Florida Gulf Coast University. Estero caters to many different lifestyles and is certainly not a one size fits all kind of place!

Residing in South Florida, Estero Bay Preserve State Park offers plenty of activities for those seeking something new and natural. Venture into the preserve either through the entrance at Winkler Point, Fort Meyers, or Estero River Scrub entrance. Hiking, cycling, and boating are some of the many things you can do to trek and explore this preserve with over 10,000 acres of natural land. 

Estero Bay Preserve State Park

Germain Arena is a multi-purpose arena located in Estero Florida. Home to the Florida Everblades ice hockey team and the Florida Tarpons Arena Pro Football team. The venue hosts other events, shows, concerts and entertainment. 

Lying in Southwest Florida, Koreshan Park takes you back to a simpler life chosen by the Koreshans, a pioneer group in the late 1800's. The park offers traditional outdoor activities such as fishing, camping, boating, and hiking. You can spend your time touring the Koreshan settlement, tracking through the peaceful bamboo trails, or geo-seeking for unique finds. If you get hungry on your journey, the park offers cooked-from-scratch samples of the food Korehsans ate during their time on the banks of the Estero River. 

Koreshan State Park

Mound Key Archeological Park is situated in a forest of mangrove trees only accessible by watercraft from Lovers Key State Park or Koreshan State Park. The site is known for shell mounds built by the Calusa Native Americans which can reach more than 30ft high.

Mound Key Archaeological State Park
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Bahia Bowls Açaí Cafe is an açaí cafe with healthy, fresh food options. Vegan and vegetarian friendly with dishes for everyone. 

A mix of dining, shopping, salons, kids entertainment, and more make this outdoor mall the perfect destination for anyone looking for a good time. Catch a movie at the Regal's Hollywood Theaters after your grand day of shopping for even more fun.

Duck Donuts has three locations in Florida and a Jacksonville location on its way. Duck Donuts offers donuts, coffee, sandwiches, and sundaes. Made to order donuts are available and speciality donuts.

A create your own Asian stir fry restaurant with vegan and vegetarian options available. Enjoy your fresh Asian cuisine in an energetic atmosphere.